article I’ve been a model for 15 years and I’ve never missed a shoot.
In fact, the last time I missed one was back in 2014.
But that was just for a shoot in New York, when my wife and I were having a baby.
That was a tough one, as my schedule was a little on the strict side.
It was also when my daughter was born, and we weren’t planning to go on a model shooting trip for the next couple of months.
The next time we were planning to shoot was in December of that year, so I knew I had to get my kid ready for the holidays.
The day before we planned to go to New York for the shoot, we got an email from one of the modeling schools in New Jersey, saying that the schedule for the school was already up, and that we could go in there on a Friday night, if that worked for you.
We went in, and I was nervous, and then I started modeling.
It’s not that I was intimidated, but I was really nervous because I knew that I would be nervous, too.
There was no one in my life that I could talk to that was like, “Oh, it’s OK, I’ll be fine.
I’ll do it.”
I think that’s what makes modeling so exciting: It’s so empowering.
We’re so close.
It feels like we’re on the same page, and you know, I’m doing this job that I love, and people are really kind and kind and supportive and loving it.
The first thing I did that day was put my baby to sleep, and a few days later I was ready to go out and shoot.
It took a lot of work and a lot commitment, but now that I’ve taken a break from modeling, I’ve found that it’s really liberating.
I’ve made a lot more money from modelling, and it has given me a lot.
I feel like I’ve earned it, and now that my career is over, I have a lot to show for it.